By Kathy Iandoli
Chris Brown isn’t a happy camper following his Grammys loss, and he let it be known on Twitter yesterday (February 14th).
The singer/dancer lost three times at this year’s Grammys, and wasn’t pleased about it. Earlier yesterday, Brown tweeted: “To all the fans!! I love y’all. Don’t be upset!! This industry is based on politics and asskissing! My only concern is team breezy! F— everybody else!”
Brown missed the Best R&B Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocals, where his track “Take My Time” lost to Sade’s “Soldier of Love.” CB also missed the mark on the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, where his song “Deuces” clearly was no match for Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ anthem “Empire State of Mind.” However, the one loss that quite possibly hurt the most was in the Best Contemporary R&B Album category, where Brown’s Graffiti lost to dancing archrival Usher’s Raymond v. Raymond.
While the heated tweet stuck for a short while, it was promptly deleted from Brown’s Twitter account and swapped with a more uplifting message: “I’m just happy to be able to make music!! #teambreezyrocks!!!” In the wake of Brown’s recent Twitter beef with former B2K member Raz B, the singer has kept a relatively low profile. After a show-stopping performance on Saturday Night Live this past week, Brown’s career appears to be back on the upswing.
Despite no wins at the Grammys this year, the experience is probably far better than 2009, where Brown never made it to the Grammys due to an altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna. On a happier note, Chris Brown is gearing for the release of his anticipated fourth album, F.A.M.E., while collaborating with pop music’s “it” boy, Justin Bieber on the remix to Bieber’s “Up” off Never Say Never – The Remixes.
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